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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' contains the RSS feeds for site participant's blogs and podcasts. Additional podcasts can be found [[Financial websites and blogs#Podcasts | here]].
'''{{PAGENAME}}''' contains the RSS feeds for site participant's blogs and podcasts. Additional podcasts can be found [[Financial websites and blogs#Podcasts | here]].
==Bogleheads<sup>&reg;</sup> podcasts==
==Bogleheads<sup>&reg;</sup> podcasts==
{{:Bogleheads on Investing}}
This podcast is also available on [https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rickferrigmailcom/bogleheads-on-investing Stitcher].
This podcast is also available on [https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rickferrigmailcom/bogleheads-on-investing Stitcher].
{{:Bogleheads on Investing}}
==Bogleheads<sup>&reg;</sup> blogs==
==Bogleheads<sup>&reg;</sup> blogs==

Revision as of 16:38, 15 September 2018

News and blogs contains the RSS feeds for site participant's blogs and podcasts. Additional podcasts can be found here.

Bogleheads® podcasts

Bogleheads on Investing This podcast is also available on Stitcher.

Bogleheads® blogs

Financial Page

The unofficial Bogleheads blog, maintained by forum member Barry Barnitz.

Financial Page - A Bogleheads® blogRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Vanguard Managed Payout fund tracking error (11 January 2019)

Tracking error is one measure of judging a fund manager’s performance. Managed Payout Fund The Managed Payout Fund is designed to give investors regular monthly payouts. The fund is intended...

Vanguard balanced index fund tracking error (10 January 2019)

Tracking error is the ultimate measure of judging an index fund manager’s performance. Since an index manager does not engage in security selection with an index fund, it is the manager&#8217...

Episode 005: Bogleheads on Investing – guest , Gus Sauter, host Rick Ferri (08 January 2019)

This information packed podcast is with guest Mr. George Upham Sauter, fondly known as “Gus”, former Chief Investment Officer, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager of The Vanguard Gr...

Harry Browne’s Permanent Portfolio- 2018 update (05 January 2019)

“For the money you need to take care of you for the rest of your life, set up a simple, balanced, diversified portfolio. I call this a “Permanent Portfolio” because once you set it up, yo...

William Bernstein’s Coward’s Portfolio – 2018 Update (05 January 2019)

William Bernstein, investment manager and author, first introduced a version of his “Coward’s portfolio” in 1996. The “coward” refers not to the investor’s risk...

Bogleheads® author blogs

Jim Dahle (a.k.a. EmergDoc, for medical professionals)

The White Coat Investor - Helping those who wear the white coat get a "fair shake"RSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Laura Dogu

Laura Dogu is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com.

Laura Dogu, Mel Lindauer: The Bogleheads - Advice Inspired by Jack BogleRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Saving Billions By Indexing State Pension Funds (15 March 2016)

Bogleheads are astutely aware of the saying “Cost matters.” In fact, our friend, mentor and namesake, John C. (Jack) Bogle, founder of , created what he called the CMH (the cost matters hypothe...

Year-end Financial Checklist (30 November 2015)

As we approach the end of 2015, here’s a check list of some of the things we need to make sure we’ve taken care of before it’s too late.  Max out contributions to your plans 401k 403b 457 Tr...

Dealing With A Lousy 401K Plan (05 July 2015)

On the Bogleheads.org forum, we’re constantly faced with questions from investors who want to start , but are concerned about the list of mediocre high-cost funds available to them. They want to...

Don’t Let the Market Set Your Asset Allocation (07 April 2015)

After the good stock market returns of the past six years, where the stock market, as measured by the S&P 500 has more than tripled, many investors may well find that their portfolios now con...

Happy Holidays from the Bogleheads (20 December 2014)

On behalf of the entire Bogleheads Community, I’d like to wish each and every one of our readers all the very best in this holiday season.  For now, I’ll leave you with some steps you...

Mel Lindauer

Mel Lindauer is a contributor to The Bogleheads® View blog on Forbes.com. The Bogleheads® View RSS feed is listed above.

Mike Piper

Mike Piper - Oblivious InvestorRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Open Social Security Update: Child Benefits, Retroactive Applications (14 January 2019)

A few days ago I rolled out an update for the Open Social Security calculator that includes a few new pieces of functionality: Child benefits (now for married couples as well as single people), Chi...

Investing Blog Roundup: How Important is Sequence of Returns Risk? (04 January 2019)

I recently encountered an article from the Early Retirement Now blog, discussing just how much sequence of returns risk matters in retirement. The article isn’t new (May 2017). And it’s...

How Do Tax Inflation-Adjustments Work? (31 December 2018)

A reader writes in, asking: “Could you please discuss how the inflation adjustments in the tax code work? I know that they now rely on chained CPI rather than regular CPI, but when I try the...

Investing Blog Roundup: Checking in on Oregon’s Auto-IRA (21 December 2018)

In July 2017 Oregon began rolling out their OregonSaves program — essentially an auto-enrollment Roth IRA for employees who are not covered by employer-sponsored retirement plans. The plan ha...

2019 Tax Brackets, Standard Deduction, and Other Changes (17 December 2018)

I had been waiting to do this article, because I didn’t want to have to rewrite it if Republicans decided to pass another significant piece of tax legislation while they still have control of...

Allan Roth

Allan currently blogs at AARP, ETF.com, and writes for Financial Planning Magazine.

Bill Schultheis

Bill Schultheis - The Coffeehouse InvestorRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Volatility is Part of the Future (27 December 2018)

As the stock market’s volatile movements have created cautious investors, we share a few points about market performance and the problem with trying to predict future behavior. Stock market volat...

Finding Wealth That Matters (29 November 2018)

The most important component of embracing simplicity in building financial wealth might be that it allows you to focus on the type of wealth that matters most of all – the spiritual wealth of...

The Slice of Pie You Can’t Afford to Ignore (20 November 2018)

It’s the time of year we talk about pie. Whether it’s pumpkin, sweet potato, or cherry pie that you might be sharing this holiday season, there’s one slice you could be missing. An entire cha...

Paying for the Future Costs of Education (23 October 2018)

If you can believe it, the time to start thinking about the 2019-2020 school year is now. The 2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) was released at the beginning of the month. Don&#...

Stop Running, Embrace the Volatility (14 September 2018)

Why do investors perceive heightened volatility as such a bad thing, and why are they prone to liquidating stocks during steep market sell-offs? From January through mid-March of this year, retail...

Larry Swedroe

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The Finance Buff

TFB - The Finance BuffRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

CD vs Bond Fund, Five Years Later (15 January 2019)

A CD special five years ago beat investing in a bond fund as expected.

Say No To Management Fees

If an advisor is charging you a percentage of your assets, you are paying 5-10x t...

Tax Software: Buy Download Or CD, Not Online Service (08 January 2019)

Although it sounds like more old school, the software you install on your own computer is actually both less expensive and more powerful.

Say No To Management Fees

If an advisor...

How To Report Backdoor Roth In TurboTax (31 December 2018)

Many users are confused when they try to report their Backdoor Roth in TurboTax. This article gives detailed step-by-step instructions with many screenshots.

Say No To Management Fees

How to Report Backdoor Roth In FreeTaxUSA (26 December 2018)

As a low-cost alternative for online tax filing, FreeTaxUSA is able to handle the backdoor Roth. Here's how.

Say No To Management Fees

If an advisor is charging you a percentage...

When Your 529 Plan Should Be In CDs Or A Stable Value Fund (18 December 2018)

When you child gets close to going to college, consider investing your 529 plan account in CDs or a stable value fund. Only some 529 plans offer them.

Say No To Management Fees


Academic blogs

Social Science Research Network

The SSRN Blog - Tomorrow's research todayRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

Weekly Top 5 Papers – January 14, 2018 (14 January 2019)

1. Para mejorar el Dictamen del Congreso sobre la Crisis Financiera (To improve the Congress Report on the Financial Crisis) by Pablo Fernandez (University of Navarra – IESE Business School)...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – January 7, 2018 (07 January 2019)

1. Left-Tail Momentum: Underreaction to Bad News, Costly Arbitrage and Equity Returns by Yigit Atilgan (Sabanci University) and Turan G. Bali (Georgetown University – Robert Emmett McDonoug...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – December 31, 2018 (01 January 2019)

1. Are Tokens Securities? An Anatomy of Initial Coin Offerings by Evgeny Lyandres (Boston University) and Berardino Palazzo (Federal Reserve Board) and Daniel Rabetti (London School of Economics &#...

SSRN’s Top Papers of 2018 (25 December 2018)

1. Pulling the Goalie: Hockey and Investment Implications by Clifford S. Asness (AQR Capital Management, LLC) and Aaron Brown (New York University (NYU) – Courant In...

Weekly Top 5 Papers – December 24, 2018 (25 December 2018)

1. A Backtesting Protocol in the Era of Machine Learning by Robert D. Arnott (Research Affiliates, LLC) and Campbell R. Harvey (Duke University – Fuqua School of Business) and...

Wade Pfau

Retirement Researcher BlogRSS Feed icon - 200px.png RSS feed

See also

External links

  • Financial Page, maintained by forum member Barry Barnitz. This blog expresses viewpoints about investing from members of the Bogleheads forum.